Date: 1st November 2019 at 7:30am
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fans on are congratulating Kieran Tierney after a video emerged of the player instructing his teammates to thank the away fans following their penalty shootout defeat to Liverpool at on Wednesday night.

Immediately after the final Liverpool penalty was scored, the Scottish international told his fellow to go over to his supporters who’d made the long trip up to Merseyside and thank them for their support.

The shootout followed another classic encounter in the between the two clubs, with the final score finishing at 5-5.

Fans on Twitter were quick to show their appreciation for the 22-year-old and his leadership skills.

The 22-year-old has had to be patient to get his chance to play for Arsenal this season because of the hip injury he had to deal with, however it appears Unai Emery is starting to ease the former Celtic man into the first-team picture.

The Isle of Man-born left-back was making just his fifth appearance for the club’s senior side (per TransferMarkt) and it would not be a surprise if he were to be in the team against at the weekend.

What do we think?

Tierney is already showing a lot of Arsenal players how you handle the difficult results. Whilst he’s used to winning a lot at Celtic, he knows to appreciate the fans whatever the result. Now, if only one of his teammates could follow that lead.